Felony Drug Convictions Can Have Long-Term Consequences

Don't Risk Your Future On An Inexperienced Lawyer

Any drug charge in Tennessee is a serious matter. However, a felony drug charge, which usually involves the sale or manufacture of a controlled substance, or the possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell, puts you at greater risk of receiving a prison sentence or other stiff penalties. Enlisting the services of an experienced criminal defense attorney is critical.

At Rob McGuire Law in Nashville, I have extensive experience handling felony drug trials, both as a prosecutor for the Nashville District Attorney's Office for 13 years and as an accomplished criminal defense lawyer.

I Minimize The Impact Of Felony Charges

A felony conviction can ruin a life long beyond a prison sentence of a year or two. A conviction could impede your job opportunities and expose you to longer prison sentences if you are arrested again. In addition, if you are a lawyer, medical professional, teacher or work in any other capacity that requires a professional license, a felony conviction may result in your license being suspended or revoked.

Clearly, it is a wise idea to enlist the help of a knowledgeable and experienced criminal defense lawyer in these situations. I represent individuals who face the full range of drug charges, from Class A misdemeanors to trafficking, manufacturing or sale of illegal substances.

I will conduct my own investigation to determine if police violated your constitutional rights. If the facts of your case warrant going to trial, I am always prepared to advocate aggressively on your behalf. I have participated in nearly 100 jury trials.

Improve Your Chances For A Positive Outcome

I understand how prosecutors treat felony drug cases. I know how to spot weaknesses in the state's case, as well as the leeway prosecutors have to negotiate an agreement and avoid trial altogether.

Call or use my online contact form to schedule a free consultation. I will review the facts of your case and recommend an effective course of action. The initial consultation is free.